Chapter 9. Manage sites and replication

Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) uses sites to define boundaries between different business locations and different subnets. A site can include multiple subnets, but all subnets within a site should be connected by reliably available network connections. The connection between sites, however, can be over a slow or less reliable network connection. Active Directory replication uses two models—intrasite replication within a single site, and intersite replication between sites. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to create a new subnet and a new site, create site links, and configure Universal Group Membership Caching (UGMC). You’ll also configure a replication schedule and change a replication server. ...

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